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Stolen Election 2012 - Theft of the Iowa Caucus - Romney "Wins", but Not by Vote
The oligarchs, this time hiding behind the Republican party, have shown their hand early in election theft.
This is just part of a series leading up to the 2012 elections, which no doubt the corporate oligarchs will be trying very hard to rip off.
Freedom is won or lost in the primary elections. This is when the corporations try to insert their paid-for nominees on both sides of the battle. Then, they win no matter who is elected. So listen up. And spread it far and wide.
For more info + updates just search the Internet Archive for "Stolen Election 2012"
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